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Eurobarometer 44

L'Eurobaromètre standard a été créé en 1973. Chaque enquête est constitué d'environ 1000 interviews en face-à-face par pays. Les rapports sont publiés deux fois par an. La reproduction est autorisée, sauf à des fins commerciales, à condition que la source soit mentionnée.

Fieldwork: October-December 1995
Publication: April 1996

Table of Contents

1. Expectations for the future - short and long term
1.1 Introduction
1.2 General Expectations for 1996
1.3 Situation of the economy in the year to come
1.4 Private household finances
1.5 The labour market in ones own country
1.6 One's own job perspectives
1.7 Expectations for Europe in 2010
1.8 Economic issues
1.9 Social and employment policy
1.10 Home affairs: social mobility and crime
1.11 Foreign Policy and Defence
1.12 Enlargement of the Union
2.Public Support for the European Union
2.1 Support for the Unification of Western Europe
2.2 Support for membership of the European Union
2.3 Benefit from EU membership
2.4 Future benefit from European Union membership
2.5 The speed of European integration
2.6 The single European market and European identity
3. The 1996 Intergovernmental Conference
3.1 Public awareness of the IGC in the media
3.2 Issues to be addressed by the IGC
4. Single European Currency
4.1 Support for a European currency
4.2 The Madrid Summit and the name "Euro"
4.3 Knowledge of EU citizens concerning the Single Currency
4.4 Introduction of the Currency
4.5 Who will participate in the Single Currency
4.6 Information campaign concerning the Single Currency
4.7 Expected effects of the introduction of a Single Currency
5. Awareness and role of European Union institutions, treaties and agreements
5.1 Awareness of the European Union institutions as reflected in the media
5.2 Awareness of major European political issues and events
5.3 Trust in National and European Institutions
5.4 The relative importance of decision taking power of the European Institutions
5.5 Subsidiarity national or joint decision taking
5.6 Public support for various aspects of Maastricht
5.7 The Spanish Presidency
6. The European Parliament
6.1 A European government?
6.2 The current and desired role of the European Parliament
6.3 The effectiveness of the European Parliament
6.4 Key policy areas for the European Parliament
7. The Regions and a Federal Structure for Europe
7.1 Level of attachment to different regional entities
7.2 Relative importance of the different objectives of regional policy
7.3 Sources of information on the activities of the European Regional Development Fund
7.4 A Federal Structure for the European Union
7.5 Two speeds for the establishment of federalism in Europe?
8. Languages and other issues
8.1 Languages in the European Union
8.2 The Languages of Central and Eastern Europe
8.3 Languages throughout Europe

Annexes

A. Lists
A.1 List of graphics
A.2 List of tables
A.3 Explanatory note for Table Headings

B. Tables
 
C. Technical Specifications
C.1 Co-operating Agencies and Research Executives
C.2 Administrative Regional Units
C.3 Sample Specifications - Standard Eurobarometer 44.1
C.4 Sample Specifications - Other surveys referred to in this report
C.5 Socio-Demographic and Socio-Political Variables used in cross tabulations
D. Surveys on Attitudes of Europeans
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